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Welcome to the Home of Rotary Club of Guelph Trillium

Guelph Trillium

Service Above Self

We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 AM
Cutten Fields
190 College Ave East
Guelph, ON  N1H 6L3
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Desk:  Dan and Seelan
Greeter:  David Halls
Guests:   Adrian - Bank of Montreal (Tire kicker and 2016 Ribfest Team photographer), Jim Marshall 
Happy Bucks:
Donna - Grandson Oscar now 9 lbs and doing great
Joe – Weekend with Scott, Sheena and Caida; needed to go back to work for a rest.
Colleen – Gregg in last week of treatment, doing well, very positive
James – camping with grandsons; grandsons got invited to a church camp for a week
Linda C – new grand niece 
Mary – John over his cough; Ribfest is here
Dennis – QC vacation; kids championship in baseball
Ryan – kids have moved from "fencing" to "hurdles"; cookbooks make great starting blocks
Cam – dad being released from hospital soon
50:50:   Mark picked the 8 of diamonds
Announcements and Club Business:
Fellowship - the Sept 15th fellowship event is a tour of Sleemans.   $20 in advance, with $10 going to End Polio Now.   Sign up on Clubrunner before the end of August to guarantee your spot.
Darlene – Reminder to sign up for District Conference.   Early bird registration discount deadline is August 31st.  Register today through the District Clubrunner website
Darlene - Barbara Fisk had surgery for a detached retina on Tuesday.  Will miss Ribfest!  Keep her in your thoughts for a speedy recovery.
Norm Litchfield introduced our guest (?) speaker Rance Willis.   Thanked Rance for all of his hard work.
Norm's experience with Tour de Guelph is probably good training for a future Ribfest Chair position.
Any questions about the event ....
  1. Visit
  2. Visit the Ribfest Volunteer Headquarters on site.
Next Meeting:   September 7th - District Governor Bill Proctor


Our Mission:

The Rotary Club of Guelph-Trillium is dedicated to enhancing the lives of others through local and international projects.

Our Beginnings:

The Rotary Club of Guelph-Trillium was officially chartered in October 1991. The committee to form the club began its work in the early months of 1991 with the development of a list of potential club members. Committee members from both the Rotary Club of Guelph and the Guelph-Wellington Rotary Club submitted names of those who they felt would be potential Rotarians. A list of 30 potential members was drawn up and invitations were extended to the first provisional meeting which was held at George Michals Restaurant on Woodlawn Road. This meeting began at 7:30 a.m. on Wednesday March 27th, with an attendance of 49 people, of which 20 were Rotarians from other Rotary clubs and the rest were potential Rotarians for our new club.

Today, the club has over 50 members and annually hosts one of Guelph's favourite festivals, Ribfest.